Mrs. Joann Heppt

Principal

Father Salvatore J. Amato

Administrator

school:

718.426.4963

fax:

718.426.0940

rectory:

718.424.5212

tuition:

718.396.0082

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RA School Slideshow 1

Our School

Our modern school building stands on 61st Road in Rego Park, NY. Our facilities include SMARTBoards in each classroom and our community is a diverse population representing over 50 countries around the world.
RA School Slideshow 1

Our School

Our modern school building stands on 61st Road in Rego Park, NY. Our facilities include SMARTBoards in each classroom and our community is a diverse population representing over 50 countries around the world.
RA School Slideshow 1

Our School

Our modern school building stands on 61st Road in Rego Park, NY. Our facilities include SMARTBoards in each classroom and our community is a diverse population representing over 50 countries around the world.
RA School Slideshow 1

Our School

Our modern school building stands on 61st Road in Rego Park, NY. Our facilities include SMARTBoards in each classroom and our community is a diverse population representing over 50 countries around the world.
RA School Slideshow 1

Our School

Our modern school building stands on 61st Road in Rego Park, NY. Our facilities include SMARTBoards in each classroom and our community is a diverse population representing over 50 countries around the world.


Resurrection Ascension School Voted Best of the Boro for Elementary Schools.



Resurrection Ascension School was School of the Week on Currents.
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School of the Week Video

Mission Statement
Resurrection Ascension a Catholic school which provides students with a well-rounded, excellent academic education rooted in the gospel message of Jesus. We offer a rich and varied curriculum in a caring environment which respects the dignity and uniqueness of each child. Our diverse population allows our students to develop an appreciation of other cultures while celebrating what unites us - our faith in God. Through service to each other and to the world outside our doors, the students develop a sense of responsibility that prepares them to be future leaders in our community and in our Church.